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Cannes According To: Chopard’s Caroline Scheufele

The Cannes Film Festival vet on her favorite hotspots, navigating a jewelry "dilemma" with Elizabeth Taylor and the one thing she won't travel without.

Turner Classic Movies Teams Up With Julien’s Auctions (Exclusive)

The cable network and the L.A.-based auction house known for entertainment memorabilia tee up their partnership with a July 15-17 "Hollywood Legends" sale that includes a Captain America shield and a Breakfast at Tiffany's dress.

TCM, Film Foundation Team on 4K Restoration of ‘Giant’

As part of their expanding relationship, the 1956 classic will be screened in all its renewed glory at the TCM Classic Film Festival, with Steven Spielberg and George Stevens Jr. on hand.

Jimmy Lydon, William Powell’s Oldest Son in ‘Life With Father,’ Dies at 98

He also starred as Henry Aldrich in nine films at Paramount and produced TV shows including '77 Sunset Strip' and 'McHale's Navy.'

Paul Casella Jr., Groundbreaking Transportation Coordinator in Hollywood, Dies at 86

He also worked as a caterer and stuntman, launched the mobile studio company Transcord Enterprises and handled studio logistics for Sony.

Carleton Carpenter, Debbie Reynolds’ Co-Star in ‘Two Weeks With Love,’ Dies at 95

Their recording of "Aba Daba Honeymoon" in the MGM musical proved to be a big hit, and he also starred on Broadway and opposite a lion in 'Fearless Fagan.'

Orven Schanzer, Film Editor on ‘Cleopatra’ and ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes,’ Dies at 97

He spent 45 years with Fox, with largely uncredited work on movies including 'The Day the Earth Stood Still,' 'The Fly,' 'The World of Henry Orient' and 'Alien.'

The Season’s Best Coffee Table Books on Fashion, Design and Photography

From a famed house in the Hollywood Hills to Frank Sinatra's most celebrated profile and the seductive work of Helmut Newton, these new fashion, design and photography books are teeming with alluring images.

Jane Powell, Star of ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers,’ Dies at 92

As the center of attention in movie musicals, she also was wonderful in such films as 'A Date With Judy' and 'Royal Wedding.'

John Warner, Former U.S. Senator and Sixth Husband of Elizabeth Taylor, Dies at 94

They met on a blind date at a dinner for Queen Elizabeth and were married from 1976 until their 1982 divorce. He also dated Barbara Walters.

George Segal, Leading Man of Lighthearted Comedies, Dies at 87

His long career stretched from 'Where's Poppa?', 'The Owl and the Pussycat' and 'A Touch of Class' to 'Just Shoot Me!' and 'The Goldbergs.'

Simon Wiesenthal Center Finds “New Format in Fundraising” With Signed MLK Photo and Unpublished Frank Sinatra Speech

The cost for letters from Albert Einstein protesting the Nazi regime and other historical ephemera range from one piece for $1,800 or a full set for $10,000.